What Is a Cervicogenic Headache?
Cervicogenic Headaches originate in the cervical spine, or neck. They are classified as secondary headaches; as such,they’re caused by an issue relating to another health problem.
These headaches are easily misdiagnosed as migraines or tension headaches, but there are some substantial differences and proper diagnosis is essential to treatment. You may experience headaches at the base of your neck or neck pain and headaches that occur simultaneously with this headache type.
Cervicogenic headaches are the result of a variety of issues affecting the neck, ranging from poor … Read More
This article What Causes Cervicogenic Headaches? Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention originally published at Doctors Health Press - Daily Free Health Articles and Natural Health Advice by Mat Lecompte, CPT.